Whats a reasonable collection?

From: Iggy Drougge <optimus_at_canit.se>
Date: Fri Jun 29 08:15:15 2001

Chad Fernandez skrev:

>I have an EISA server built by Unisys, and I have some very nice SCSI
>cards for it built by Adaptec and Buslogic. The only Adaptec card for
>Microchannel is based in the 1540 series (ISA) and is only good for
>5megs/sec, just like the ISA version. My EISA SCSI cards are good for
>10 or 20megs/sec depending on the card. I wish Adaptec would have made
>a 32-bit Microchannel card based on the 7800 series Adaptec chip, like
>the EISA cards. Microchannel SCSI cards from Buslogic must be very
>rare.... I haven't seen a single one on Ebay since I have been looking.
>I haven't really looked into the IBM Fast/Wide because I really want a
>differential card, and the Diff version seems to be RS6000 only.

I suggest you have a look at Louis Ohland's pages at
http://webpages.charter.net/ohlandl/. He's got info on just about every MCA
card available, and just about every variation, too.

>Besides it uses funky connectors and the cables seem to be quite rare.

Well, that's true, but at least it's got a narrow header (all right, I don't
think that there's any official card-edge SCSI connector, but IBM uses it, of

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